Digital Library on Green Mobility

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The Use of E-Moped Increases Commute Satisfaction and Subjective Well-Being: Evidence From Shanghai, China

2022

Author(s): Sun S, Yao Y, Xu L, He X, Duan Z

The authors conducted an empirical study on the impact of commuting by e-mopeds, using survey data from eight residential communities in Shanghai. A path analysis model was established to investigate the relationships between commute characteristics (including commute distance, commute time, commute costs, transport mode choice, transport environment), socio-demographics, commute satisfaction, and subjective well-being.

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The rapid deployment of zero-emission buses in Europe

2022

Author(s): Mulholland E, Rodríguez F

This briefing summarizes the current market for zero-emission buses, shows how manufacturers have responded to the rapid growth in demand, and identifies policy levers that will accelerate the deployment of these vehicles in Europe.

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Considerations for the ReFuelEU aviation trilogue

2022

Author(s): Baldino C, Mukhopadhaya J

This briefing paper assesses the differences between the European Commission proposal for a ReFuelEU aviation regulation and the European Parliament and the Council of European Union’s amendments. It identifies which proposals would increase low-greenhouse gas (GHG) compliance options and reduce GHG emissions.

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Fuel-cell hydrogen long-haul trucks in Europe: a total cost of ownership analysis

2022

Author(s): Basma H, Zhou Y, Rodríguez F

This study evaluates the total cost of ownership (TCO) of fuel cell electric trucks (FCETs) in France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, and Poland, home to more than 75% of HDV registrations in the EU in 2020.

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This short topical issues paper supports reconsidering the role of the car in a Mobility as a Service (MaaS) program. In particular, the authors consider the appeal of including electric cars as part of the sharing service, which we call electric car sharing as a service (ECSaaS).

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This study aims to determine the optimal location of multi-type electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, e.g., fast and slow charging stations, for maximizing the covered traffic flows under a limited budget while considering EV users' partial charging behavior and elastic demand. A two-phase approach is proposed to efficiently solve this problem.

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E-Bikes and Their Capability To Reduce Car CO2 Emissions

2022

Author(s): Philips I, Anable J, Chatterton T

This paper estimates the maximum capability to reduce CO2 by substituting private car travel for an e-bike. The authors use spatial microsimulation (population-synthesis) to simulate the adult population within every small area in England, taking into account of area type and geodemographic circumstances of the population.

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The Consistent Electric-Vehicle Routing Problem With Backhauls and Charging Management

2022

Author(s): Nolz PC, Absi N, Feillet D, Seragiotto C

This study presents a mathematical model to describe the problem in detail. For solving the real-world situation, a template-based Adaptive Large Neighborhood Search is developed, complemented with constraint programming for charging management and quadratic programming for delivery and pickup trip schedules.

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Formulation and Exact Algorithms for Electric Vehicle Production Routing Problem

2022

Author(s): Fateme Attar S, Mohammadi M, Reza Pasandideh SH, Naderi B

This study presents an Electric Vehicle Production Routing Problem (EVPRP) to achieve optimal decisions. The authors propose a mixed-integer linear programming model for the EVPRP, which is mathematically validated by solving (via CPLEX) the new instances generated compatible with the EVPRP.

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Data-Driven Intelligent EV Charging Operating With Limited Chargers Considering the Charging Demand Forecasting

2022

Author(s): Liu J, Lin G, Rehtanz C, Huang S, Zhou Y, Li Y

Coordinated charging scheduling can improve the operating economics of charging stations and reduce the required amount of charging facilities. However, existing optimal scheduling schemes either simplify the charging station capacity modeling when considering the traffic uncertainty or ignore the future charging demands when considering charging capacity limitations.